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TS 32.732 (SA5)
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) NRM IRP – Information Service (IS)

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(P) V11.0.0    2011/09    32 p.
(P) V10.0.0    2011/04    31 p.
(P) V9.1.0    2011/01    31 p.
(P) V8.1.0    2008/06    34 p.
(P) V7.3.0    2007/10    33 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Tovinger, Thomas
See also:  –


This TS is part of an Integration Reference Point (IRP) named IMS Network Resource Model (NRM) IRP, through which an IRPAgent can communicate configuration management information to one or several IRPManagers concerning IMS resources. The IMS NRM IRP comprises a set of specifications defining Requirements, a protocol neutral Information Service and one or more Solution Set(s).

This TS specifies the protocol neutral IMS NRM IRP: Information Service (IS). It reuses relevant parts of the Generic NRM IRP: IS in TS 32.622, either by direct reuse or sub-classing, and in addition to that defines IMS specific Information Object Classes.

Finally, in order to access the information defined by this NRM, an Interface IRP is needed, such as the Basic CM IRP in TS 32.602. However, which Interface IRP that is applicable is outside the scope of this TS.


 

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1   Scope   PDF-p. 7
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations   PDF-p. 8
4   System overview   PDF-p. 10
5   Modelling approach
6   Information Object Classes
6.1   Imported information entities and local labels
6.2   Class diagram   PDF-p. 11      Up
6.3   Information object class definitions   PDF-p. 20
6.3.1   ASFunction
6.3.2   BGCFFunction
6.3.3   CAMELIMSSFASFunction
6.3.4   CSCFFunction   PDF-p. 21
6.3.5   HSSFunction
6.3.6   ICSCFFunction
6.3.7   IMSMGWFunction
6.3.8   MGCFFunction
6.3.9   MRFCFunction
6.3.10   MRFPFunction   PDF-p. 23
6.3.11   OSASCSASFunction
6.3.12   PCSCFFunction
6.3.13   SCSFFunction      Up
6.3.14   SIPASFunction   PDF-p. 24
6.3.15   SLFFunction
6.3.16   ECSCFFunction
6.3.50   Reserved for Future Use
6.3.51   Void
6.3.52   Link_AS_ICSCF
6.3.53   Link_AS_SCSCF   PDF-p. 25
6.3.54   Link_AS_SLF      Up
6.3.55   Link_BGCF_BGCF
6.3.56   Void
6.3.57   Link_BGCF_MGCF
6.3.58   Link_BGCF_SCSCF
6.3.59   Void
6.3.60   Link_HSS_ICSCF
6.3.61   Link_ICSCF_SCSCF      Up
6.3.62   Link_ICSCF_MGCF
6.3.64   Link_ICSCF_PCSCF   PDF-p. 26
6.3.65   Link_PCSCF_SCSCF
6.3.67   Link_CAMELIMSSFAS_HSS
6.3.68   Link_HSS_OSASCSAS      Up
6.3.69   Link_HSS_SCSCF
6.3.70   Link_HSS_SIPAS
6.3.71   Link_ICSCF_SLF
6.3.72   Link_IMSMGW_MGCF
6.3.73   Link_MGCF_SCSCF   PDF-p. 27      Up
6.3.74   Link_MRFC_MRFP
6.3.75   Link_MRFC_SCSCF
6.3.76   Link_SCSCF_SCSCF
6.3.77   Link_SCSCF_SLF
6.3.78   Link_PCSCF_ECSCF      Up
6.3.79   Link_BGCF_ECSCF
6.3.80   Link_MGCF_ECSCF
6.4   Information relationship definitions
6.5   Information attribute definitions   PDF-p. 28
6.6   Common notifications   PDF-p. 29      Up
6.7   Particular information configurations
A   Change history   PDF-p. 30

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